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It will enter Sealaska Heritage Institute’s permanent collection.
“I like to refer to this kind of group activity as the art of activism, or ‘artivism’ for short.”
We don’t usually do things in the traditional manner up here on July 4.
I’m convinced it’s impossible to mess this one up.
For those not familiar with it, “glamping” is glamorous camping.
My attitude toward camp cooking is that you can eat pretty much anything you would eat at home.
The event is part of a resurgent trend for traditional weaving.
Over the years, a paella feed has marked momentous occasions, like moving or birthday parties.
I stepped through a time warp last week.
The concert came about after the pandemic forced KBBI to cancel a planned Solstice weekend concert.
New facts intruded upon my easy solution to the origins of the eponymously named creek and cabin.
Untangling the origins of Shackleford Creek’s name.
The mystery of Shackleford Creek had me baffled for quite some time.
Rhubarb is everywhere.
A life lived without hope is like a life lived without love.
When the Swan Lake Fire started, we knew we had an opportunity to get even more morels.
It’s amazing what a deck of cards or a set of dice can teach a young person.
The first tastes of spring for me are rhubarb, fresh-caught fish from Kachemak Bay and chives.
Springtime in Alaska is the beginning of foraging season for me.
The spruce tip simple syrup goes great in a lot of cocktails.